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See audio levels but don't hear

I am seeing audio levels on the screen and I've done a test to prove that audio is being recorded. But, I don't hear audio through the headphones. I have tried a few different pairs so it's not a problem with the headphones.
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ADJUST THE AUDIO OUT LEVEL WITH THE AUDIO MON/VAR ON TOP OF CAMERA

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